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  • Leaked Snowden documents reveal the latest intervention into Venezuela by the United States.
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    Leaked Snowden documents reveal the latest intervention into Venezuela by the United States.

The revelations, released by teleSUR and The Intercept, show that U.S. Intelligence agents worked with operatives in the Embassy to spy on Venezuelan oil company heads.

NSA Spies on Venezuela, Snowden Leak Reveals

U.S. intelligence agents posing as diplomats in Caracas helped an NSA analyst try to crack open PDVSA’s computer network. READ MORE

The US Role in the Effort to Overthrow Hugo Chavez

When the U.S. government decided to try hacking into Petroleos de Venezuela, the oil company was engaged in a drawn out legal battle with ExxonMobil, the U.S. oil giant whose investments in Venezuela were nationalized by the government of President Hugo Chavez in 2007. READ MORE

From Bush to Obama: The US vs. Venezuela

President Barack Obama came to office promising to restore friendly relations with Venezuela, but since 2009 he has imposed sanctions on the country and declared it a threat to U.S. national security, offering only a softer version of the hostility seen under George W. Bush. READ MORE

The Long War: Venezuela and ExxonMobil

When the U.S. government decided to try hacking into Petroleus de Venezeula, the oil company was engaged in a drawn out legal battle with ExxonMobil, the U.S. oil giant whose investments in Venezuela were nationalized by the government of President Hugo Chavez in 2007. READ MORE

PDVSA and Its Role in Latin America

PDVSA is in charge of financing entirely the National Budget, directing more than 60 percent of those funds towards social investment. READ MORE

The War on Venezuela’s Democracy

Efforts to subvert the Venezuelan government have not ceased since President Hugo Chavez passed away in 2013. In fact, since then the U.S. has only stepped up its efforts to aid the right-wing opposition, even going so far as to declare the government of Nicolas Maduro a threat to U.S. national security. READ MORE


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